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Sebastian named one of the world’s 50 Most Adventurous Men

April 22, 2015 10:44 pm

Men's Journal's 50 Most Adventurous Men

Men’s Journal released its list of the 50 Most Adventurous Men. Sebastian was humbled and honored to be listed among many of his heroes. It is hard to compile such a list when so many others feel like they are missing.

Still, this reinforces his conviction that adventure and awareness work hand in a hand in the current climate crisis. As Sebastian has said: “we face an ‘all hands on deck’ moment if we are to reclaim our history and rewrite a happy ending for our children’s generation”.

It is also great encouragement for Sebastian’s THE LAST GREAT MARCH–NORTH POLE 2016 mission–unsupported, unassisted walk from land to the geographic North Pole with partner Mark George. Stay tuned for more on that!

You can find the list here.

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Across The Ice at the Vancouver Int’l Mountain Film Festival!

January 29, 2015 3:56 pm

Sebastian’s documentary chronicling his and Eric McNair-Landry’s record setting crossing of Greenland will play at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival on February 14th, 2015. This will be the first official screening of the film which was co-produced by Red Bull Media House.  Across The Ice–The Greenland Victory March (2015) will be released later this year on DVD.

The expedition, covering 2300 km of the Greenland’s south to north axis on skis and kites, lasted 42 days. The team faced a ferocious storm which had them pinned down in their tents for seven consecutive days and nights! On June 5, 2010, the team completed a 24 hour run which netted them a new Guinness Book World Record for the longest distance traveled in 24 hours, with 595km. The riveting blog from the expedition can be read on this very site, here!

You can view a trailer of the film by visiting the festival’s webpage here.Across The Ice (temp)

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Sebastian’s Art presented at Art Geneva Jan 29-Feb 1st 2015

January 27, 2015 4:06 pm

If you are in Geneva this week, consider stopping by the art fair Art Geneve where Sebastian’s work will be on display at the Bernheimer Gallery booth, along side Irvin Penn, Host P. Horst and Annie Leibovitz.

Below is one of Sebastian’s photographs, presented at the fair, depicting a night on the Greenland ice sheet. This image  N71°28 W62°20 — Greenland Sky Two  is edition 1/10 in size 63X44 inches.

 

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